These writing prompts will help ensure a rigorous review of any work of non-fiction.
Machine of Death is an anthology of fictional stories about how people react to a machine that definitively tells them how (but not when) they will die.
This autobiography from Billy Crystal is a heartwarming tale of an actor who's pursued his passions for acting and family.
Ken MacLeod's The Night Sessions is a futuristic noir tale that doesn't do a good job of connecting the dots.
K.V. Johansen's Blackdog is a standalone fantasy of run-on sentences and anticlimactic battles.
Jack Cheng's self-published novel These Days is a fluid narrative of New York City lovers, but one that lacks momentum and closure.
The novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks puts too much focus on the military and on too many characters to be a page-turner.
Paul Chadwick's Concrete is a superpowered human who isn't a superhero in this graphic novel collecting the first issues of the 1980s comic book.